Who we are - Soyaslan MarineSoyaslan Design was founded in 1992 by Turhan Soyaslan who has a leading role in Turkish shipbuilding industry area since 1980.

As Soyaslan Design we design and provide consulting services in the areas of Sailing and motor yachts as well as Workboats such as research vessels, fishing vessels, high-speed pilot boats, tugs. As we follow current design trends, materials technology we can offer timeless designs one step ahead.

Since the end of 2013 we established a R&D office in the Teknopark Istanbul science park to focus on Innovation and Research projects based on transport, naval architecture and green energy.

Our company vision is to create aesthetic, functional, innovative and world-class quality projects which can be shown as a reference.

What We Do - Soyaslan MarineWe dream and stretching out all the possibilities we make our dreams come true. We got so excited and became so meticulous about bringing our  dream Gilraen to life that, we started to construct Gilraen within the walls of our office. When she was complete and ready to go, we knocked down fore wall of our office in order to take graceful Gilraen out to sea, where she belongs.

We engage in different types of projects that reflect both our accumulation of technical knowledge and aesthetic vision.

We design and construct medal-winning sailing boats, denoting the dynamic and assertive spirit of our foundation. 24.0 m. Melite, 12.1 m. Gilraen, 9.7 m. Bootes, 10.7 m. Graceland, 26.0 m. Ladies First, 23.8 m. Yakamoz, 29.0 m. Il Vero Sogna have gained life through this spirit.

We design and construct mega yachts , with every detail of them are finely solved for comfort. 43.0 m. Ice, 49.7 m. Thetis, 47.0 m. Arethusa, 38.1 m. Dream On, 67.0 m. Pherousa have been our pride for the comfort, efficiency and convenience they offer.

Although the priority is always on their functional usage, the trawlers we design and construct as the symbol of our power and knowledge, could well preserve their aesthetic outlook also. 10.m. Esma Sultan, 21.0 m. CV 70 have found life with aesthetic concerns taken into consideration as much as functional ones.